Phil Lesh and Friends Live at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium on 2008-01-26
- PL&F, Mardi Gras Ball
- Phil Lesh and Friends
Disc 1 (74:47)
One More Saturday Night (6:42)
Brown Eyed Women (8:10)
Pride Of Cucamonga (7:19)
Cold Black Devil (10:12)>
Golden Road To Unlimited Devotion (8:32)>
In The Midnight Hour(9:24)*
Viola Lee Blues (9:41) >
Viola Lee Blues (3:07)
Phil: "More music and special treats on the way!"
Costume Contest w/Phil as MC
Won by The Dancing Bear!
Disc 2 (72:19)
Shakedown Street (11:30)> #
Iko Iko (16:36)> * # (MARDI GRAS PARADE w/Floats, Dancers, Stilt walkers, Dragons, & Costume contest participants dancing in front of the stage)
Truckin' (10:55)> * #
Jack Straw (10:03)
St. Stephen (11:02)>
The Eleven (12:09)>
Disc 3 (77:27)
Unbroken Chain (15:45)
Fire On The Mountain (11:54)>
I Know You Rider (8:42)
Morning Dew (14:02)>
Uncle John's Band (17:14)
Phil w/wife of Jeff Setzekorn (who died, but saved 4 lives) doing the Organ Donor Rap (3:08)
Box of Rain (6:39)
* First time played (with this lineup)
# With Ivan Neville on Keyboards & Vocals
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|Jack Straw (10:03)|
|In The Midnight Hour (9:24)*|
|I Know You Rider (8:42)|
|Donor Rap (3:08)|
|One More Saturday Night (6:42)|
|The Eleven (12:09)>|
|Viola Lee Blues (3:07)|
|St. Stephen (11:02) >|
|Pride Of Cucamonga (7:19)|
|Truckin' (10:55)> * #|
|Caution (11:36) >|
|Box of Rain (6:39)|
|Iko Iko (16:36) > * #|
|Cold Black Devil (10:12)>|
|Golden Road To Unlimited Devotion (8:32)>|
|Uncle John's Band (17:14)|
|Shakedown Street (11:30) > #|
|Fire On The Mountain (11:54) >|
|Unbroken Chain (15:45)|
|Brown Eyed Women (8:10)|
|Viola Lee Blues (9:41) >|
|Morning Dew (14:02) >|
Phil Lesh - Bass, Vocals
John Molo - Drums
Jackie Green - Guitar, Hamonica, Keyboards, Vocals
Larry Campbell - Guitar, Pedal Steel
Steve Molitz - Keyboards
Notes: Special Thanks to Robert Scalcione for the comprehensive set-list.
- 2008-01-28 14:10:13
- 744T > Adobe Audition 1.5 > 24/48 to 16/44 > CDWave FLAC
- San Francisco, CA
- Run time
- Taped by
- Pete Gilmore, Monkey Tunes
- Transferred by
- Dawne Gilmore
Subject: Very hot performance
We grokked this show and I really enjoyed the entire show.
Probably won't be long before high flow is spotted at a P&F show.
Back in the Bay at a show....perhaps I'll see some faces from the past.....hmmmm.
Subject: smokin into the universal dimension!!!!!
Subject: As Good As It Gets!
This one was a barn burner from the opening notes, EPIC all night. Along with the 11-27 Warfield, these are MUST have downloads with this lineup. I too, used to long for the Q with Warren, Herring, & Barraco, but this lineup can cut the mustard as good as any Phil lineup yet. My wife & I sat in the section with the banner for Jeff Setzekorn. Blessings and comfort to Jeff's wife and all their extended family. We were deeply moved by the "Box of Rain," after Jen gave the Organ Donor Rap.
Nice bust out of "Midnight Hour," and Larry & Jackie fed off each other all night, trading leads and support rhythms like they were together 10 years, and Molo kept the train rolling. Molitz's keyboard wizardy is fun on "Shakedown" & "Unbroken Chain," and the treat of Ivan Neville on "Iko" and the parade was too much. Check YouTube for video of the Mardi Gras Parade! The Jack Straw and St. Stephen are flawless.
I got a fever, and the only cure is more of this!
Subject: In Memory Of Jeff Setz
Subject: WHAT A GIG - AND GREAT PLACE SINCE I LIVE OVERSEAS
I thought the 2002 line-up with Haynes could not be bettered.
I am a 37 year old deadhead since my father made me stay up late to witness Rockpalast in 1981 with The Dead and the Who.
My father explained that the hairy guitarist was the greatest since Hendrix.
I agreed and have followed his path ever since.
However the bass player caught my eye and continues to do so 28 years into my long strange trip. I am a Chemistry teacher here in Kuwait and if any fellow users wish to email me and strike up correspondance - please email me at email@example.com
Keep on truckin' down the golden road to unlimited devotion. Eternally grateful to the taper for the rapidity of the upload and awesome quality on my maranz deck here. Superb!!!
Subject: Mardis Gras
Its been along time since I was hitting the road to see Jerry so maybe I just forgot how good it could be. I was skeptical because all of the other post GD lineups I have seen were good, but pretty much just because of nostalgia. This show was different.
This was bliss, a total Grateful Dead revival for me. I was completly blown into another dimension. Jackie Green and Larry were absolutley on fire. The whole band just took off from the start and left us a sweaty mess smiling in the rain 5 hours later. Total mayhem. Human energy like nowhere I have ever been except a Grateful Dead show.
Love Herring, Warren, Kimock, Trey et al. Some of the greatest musical talents I have been blessed to see. If someone would have told me that the current lineup would be better with Jackie, Larry, and Steve I would have been extremely cynical to the point of laughing.
I can't believe I am actually gonna say this, but this lineup is as good and probably better than any band right now including Mule, Panic, Primus, and Ween. That is saying a lot.
Subject: Life Changing Event! Phil, thank you...
Phil, John, Jackie, Steve and Larry...Thank You.
Thanks to Ivan and Dumpstaphunk as well.
You funked and rocked my socks off.
Regards to the Taper who put up this show. This is my first experience of listening to a show right after the show...man, talk about a goose bump inducing experience. If I close my eyes...well, I do pretty good at open eye day dreaming too...
The crowd was wonderful, except for those few - hopefully they tapped into the music's healing powers and walk the good walk.
To those Sr. Deadheads who danced right beside me for 3 hours...your love light is so bright...thanks for the memory.
Special thanks to Mr. Phil Lesh. Thank you Sir.
Subject: Maybe you had too much too fast
Subject: Like a fine wine, Phil just gets better with age...
Perhaps further1 was "too loose" to be in tune with the evening, but this show is a gem. The quality is awesome as usual (thanks Pete) and the boys rocked the house. Sure there were some jams which could have been longer, some musical elements which could have been "more perfect" - but man!
Download this show - that's all I can say. Someday I hope for a solid matrix of this aud + sbd! Five stars for quality.
Subject: wow !
Subject: good times @ the civic center
Subject: Kickin' Show!
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